Why Can't This 132-Pound Toddler Lose Weight?Posted on Apr 1st 2011 10:00AM by Hilary Walke
A 3-year-old toddler in China currently weighs 132 pounds, three times the size of a normal child his age. He has gained 22 of those pounds in the last year alone. Doctors have examined his hormones thoroughly, trying to attribute the unusually rapid weight gain and insatiable hunger to something; however, his hormone tests came back normal.
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Doctors are simply baffled at why this toddler is gaining weight so quickly. His parents said he can eat three bowls of rice in a sitting and will cry excessively if he doesn't get what he wants. He would rather ride on his mother's motorcycle than walk to kindergarten.
What do you think his problem is? Can this be solved?
I think it's the child's toxicity levels one of the leading causes to obesity!
I would have to inquire about what he is drinking and suggest water... then an electolyte balance check and go from there. Poor child.
Let the baby cry... sounds like a discipline problem. No means No. In this case you better say no or the kid is going to die early.
I'm 25 and he weighs more than me!? :( That's sad, poor guy!
1) I am not a doctor 2) Who am I to judge the eating habits of someone who is not my child? 3) Regardless of what I would do, it's not going to impact this child's life.
That is awful, no matter what the reason is!
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